Map # 1
46 Doncaster Ave.
London, Ontario N6G 2A3
Tel: 519 471-9598
This year, Annemarie has several large Ontario landscapes, plus a variety of smaller works painted on location in southern Ontario, the Maritimes, Italy and on Vancouver Island. Bold colours and impressionistic brushwork effectively capture the mood of the land that inspires her work.
Map # 2
9-567 Fanshawe Park Rd.
(parking in visitor spots and driveway, not on roadway)
Tel: 519 672-9594
Susan’s travel in the American southwest and love of minerals heavily influences her work. The use of turquoise and silver in her earrings, bracelets and necklaces is reminiscent of an Arizona landscape.
Map # 3
956 Blackmaple Ct.
Tel: 519 659-8128
The subjects of Angela’s high-realism acrylic paintings range from local scenes to landscapes from across Canada. Several of the paintings on this year’s tour were recently featured in the prestigious national art, architecture and design magazine “Arabella.” This studio is easy to access with plenty of free parking.
Map # 4
BETH TURNBULL MORRISH – Turning Bull Pottery
71 Stevenson Ave.
Tel: 519 709-0053
Beth’s brightly coloured pottery includes whimsical teapots and serving pieces, as well as unique mugs and more. Each piece is hand crafted on the potters’ wheel and hand painted, then fired and glazed. Visit the studio to test the wares in use, view demonstrations and outdoor raku firing.
Map # 5
20 Swinyard St.
Jerry is a self-described Renaissance man: part teacher, part technician, part inventor, and all artist. Educated in Prague, he creates unique metal gates, balconies and furniture as well as fine silver and gold objects. He has shown in galleries in Prague, Vienna, Berlin and London, Ont.
Map # 6
299 Millbank Dr.
Tel: 519 668-4616
Joanna is a mask-maker, sculptor and a teacher. Her primary motifs are faces and human figures. Her works touch on themes both serious and humorous in nature (and everywhere in between).
Map # 7
15 Antrim Cr.
Tel: 519 668-6743
Beth works mainly in dry media and is well known for her coloured pencil work. Her favorite subjects are objects that she collects as well as local wildlife. Birds and frogs are recurring images in her works as are wallpaper and fabric patterns.
Map # 8
464 Tecumseh Ave. E.
Tel: 519 521-3101
Jeff concentrates on the manipulation of metal using heat and cold forming techniques to create sculptural forms of various sizes.
Map # 9
390 Murray St.
Tel: 519 438-2828
Acme Animal is Sue Parke, Nancy Clarke, and Don Gidley, a trio of artists who work together to produce folk art with an urban sensibility. Their metalwork emphasizes colour and whimsy, and ranges from clocks and candleholders to sculptures.
Map # 10
VIVIAN TSEROTAS: ART GALLERY OF LAMBETH
2454 Main St.
Tel: 519 652-5556
Vivian will be showing her newest body of work titled “Metal and Silk” in which she incorporates the strength of industrial metals with the delicacy and elegance of silk. This contrast of resilient and fragile combines with her signature jewel toned colours and organic stitchery to produce some extraordinary results.
Map # 11
743 Barclay Rd.
Tel: 519 857-4862
Inspired by textures and patterning found all around us, Katie creates prints and surface designs on fabric. Working with natural fabrics, she dyes, silk screen prints and often uses stitches to create both textile art and wearable pieces.
Map # 12
824 Clearview Ave.
Tel: 519 474-7400
Johnnene’s new work is a journey back to her roots in Abstract Expressionism. The mixed media acrylics and drawings are fresh, colourful, joyful and full of surprising details. Viewers can feel the movement and excitement. Each one tells a story about Johnnene’s life.
Map # 13
2 Leslie St.
Tel: 519 438-4217
Through his traditional subject matter of landscape, boats, figures and historical memory, Kevin has been exploring a variety of more abstract approaches and techniques. He enjoys the velvety black of charcoal, the joy of oil paint’s rich colour and the expressive movement of hand and arm in all media.
Map # 14
2 Carrothers Ave.
Tel: 519 672-4694
Shirley’s vibrantly coloured hand woven pillows have become well-known features in many London homes. From her attic full of wool, alpaca, silk, llama, mohair, camel etc. she is even prepared to work with your own personal colours to produce special pillows for your home or as gifts.
Map # 15
2-24 Bathurst St.
(Lowery Sign Building, upper floor)
Tel: 519 282-7104
Dan’s body of work focuses on portrait and figurative studies often juxtaposed within unusual environments or backgrounds. His work is methodically planned, creating a symbiotic approach to realism and abstraction upon canvas, metal or wood panels.
Map # 16
155 Clarence St.
Tel: 519 672-5220
Step into Corinne’s studio and you’re likely to see street scenes of London, and portraits of the people who live here. Executed in brilliant colour, her paintings are imaginative, expressive and full of the vitality that she sees around her. Come and get inspired!
Map # 17
155 Clarence St.
Tel: 519 672-5220
Peter paints street scenes and landscapes in a bold, refreshing style. His focus is brilliant harmonious colour, and strong graphic compositions. Working primarily in oil and watercolour, Peter’s paintings are alive with colour; a feast for the eyes and food for the soul!
Map # 18
105 Clarence St.
Tel: 519 438-9844
Catherine Morrisey is currently painting “portraits” of the river and forest where she lives. Her subject, the landscape directly outside the studio door, is lush and surprisingly wild for downtown London. She paints with oil on large canvases. Her key influences are David Milne and Chinese Landscape painting.
Map # 19
Woodfield Walk, 435 Colborne St.
(across from Catholic Central High School)
(enter at north east corner of building off Colborne)
Margarethe draws inspiration for her oil paintings and pastels from many sources: the limestone cliffs of the Bruce Peninsula, the shores of Lake Superior and the Georgian Bay coastline. Each year she explores these regions on foot and by kayak. Margarethe’s work can be found in corporate and private collections.
Map # 20
DONNA ANDREYCHUK: THE ARTS PROJECT
203 Dundas St. Studio 2A
Tel: 519 870-7247
Donna paints vibrantly coloured Canadian landscapes in oil and acrylic that range from small Plein Air pieces to larger works. Her style could be described as landscape-inspired abstract expressionism. Donna has been a resident artist at The Arts Project for several years.
Map # 21
677 Richmond St.
(enter off Mill St.)
Bijan’s approach is diverse. From realism to impressionism and abstraction, he has delved into all, and this experience has broadened his appreciation for the visual arts and for artists in general. His recent work mixes painting and sculpture resulting in colourful three-dimensional wall hung pieces.
Map # 22
875 Waterloo St.
Tel: 519 432-0557
A full-time woodturner since 1997, Doug splits his time between making functional bowls and platters from local hardwoods and elegant turned decorative objects from exotic hardwoods and burls both local and imported. This year he will be featuring pieces of turned squares and a series of new hollow forms.
Map # 23
CHRIS SNEDDEN – The London Clay Art Centre
664 Dundas St.
Tel: 519 476-9433
Chris has been developing his work and incorporated highly painted surfaces and slip transfers on layered pieces of clay to create exciting new forms. Also, his previous work has continued to evolve with evocative imagery as well as new glaze surfaces. Join Chris to celebrate new directions and continuing traditions.
Map # 24
538 Adelaide St. N. (enter via 630 1/2 Lorne Ave. laneway)
Tel: 519 438-9331
Vibrant colours and dynamic brush strokes are dramatically applied in Amanda’s works consisting of watercolours, acrylics, oils and encaustics from miniatures to 20 foot paintings. This year, Amanda will be showcasing her new studio and the inspirations that have come from her travels and daily life.
Map # 25
Richard Sturgeon - Metal In Fusion
538 Adelaide St. N., (enter via 630 1/2 Lorne Ave.)
Tel: 519 318-8078
Metal In Fusion features miniature to monumental works in steel and stainless accented with copper, stone, bronze, glass and wood. The essence of Richard’s work lies in breaking form into its most basic and necessary lines, revealing the purist of emotions and yielding an air of elegance and beauty.
Map # 26
JEN VAN HERTEN: JEN V GLASS DESIGN
538 Adelaide St., N.,
Tel: 519 495-5214
Jen creates work in hot glass that explores themes of strength and fragility, and the tension between the two. Her work includes both sculptural objects and fine crafted jewellery, the latter of which is classic and often inspired by organic shapes.
Map # 27
JAYNE CORNELIS – Fired-Up! Glass Arts
538 Adelaide St. N. (at Princess)
Tel: 519 672-2787
Using glass as her main medium, Jayne uses kilns and flame to sculpt, pull, shape, and reshape what was originally a sheet of glass into wall hangings, and vessels. Lately she has been experimenting with lamp forms creating one of a kind lamp shades as well.